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C-M wrestlers rout Collins-Maxwell, lose to I-35

TRURO — Colfax-Mingo’s wrestling team split two non-conference duals on Tuesday. The Tigerhawks routed Collins-Maxwell, 60-6, and suffered their first loss of the season to Interstate 35.

Colfax-Mingo won four matches against the host Roadrunners but lost 55-21.

Sophomore Noah Strohmeyer and juniors Tim Carroll and Cyden Fitch all went 2-0 on the night, and senior Damir Gumerov won his only match of the night to lead the Tigerhawks.

It was the first competition of the season for Fitch. He won both of his matches by fall at 132.

Carroll took a forfeit against Collins-Maxwell and won his match by fall against I-35.

Strohmeyer stayed unbeaten on the season with win by fall and a 17-10 decision.

Strohmeyer is now 7-0 on the season.

Gumerov’s win came in the loss to I-35. Gumerov pinned Brock Thompson in the third period.

Against Collins-Maxwell, the Tigerhawks (4-1) took eight forfeits.

Cyden Fitch, Strohmeyer and senior Cauy Fitch all won their matches by fall and there two double forfeits.

Cauy Fitch, who is ranked eighth at 120 in Class 1A, lost for the first time this season when third-ranked Casey Baker of I-35 defeated him 12-2.

Junior Trystin Ross took one of the eight forfeits against Collins-Maxwell. His lone loss of the night came by 7-3 decision to 10th-ranked Drew Kirkpatrick of I-35.

Colfax-Mingo wrestles in a quadrangular at Roland-Story at 6 p.m. on Thursday in Story City. South Hamilton and Saydel also are scheduled to compete.

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